The Standards Game

Archive for November 2009

 

The 8th Commandment for Effective Standards

This is the 8th installment in my series, “The 10 Commandments for Effective Standards”. If you’ve missed the previous entries, have no fear. There’s no god of standards to whom you’ll have to pay penance. And if you’re interested, the first 7 commandments are in the archives. Commandment #8: Recognize there is more than one […]

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How green was the keynote

The keynote at the 22nd EDA Interoperability Forum was delivered by Subodh Bapat, Vice President, Energy Efficiency and Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems. Titled “Groovy Green Computing: Battling the Mushrooming Use of Power”, his presentation was not simply interesting, it was relevant to what many of us talk about and work towards – sustainability. Sustainability, […]

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Eye witness news from the 22nd EDA Interop Forum

I think it’s fun to write blog posts during a conference. In addition to giving highlights from presentations, I try to capture interesting comments that speakers make which aren’t on their slides and human interest stories that happen during the event. Here’s my eye witness account from Synopsys’ 22nd EDA Interoperability Forum. (That’s me in […]

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